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Mar 28, 2023

A Message From the Editor

According to a new report from beqom, more than half of U.S. employees believe their workplace has an issue with gender pay gaps, which is a 121% increase since 2019. Many workers are skeptical of their company's efforts to close the gap. A possible solution to this problem is employers proactively building pay equity and increasing transparency within the company.

– Lily Peterson, managing editor, BenefitsPRO


Majority of workers believe their company has pay gap issues that are going unaddressed

By Alan Goforth

"To bridge pay gaps in the workplace, employers must proactively build pay equity and increase transparency within their... Read More


Financial wellness benefits: A Q&A with Mike Wilbert

By Lily Peterson

"We think financial wellness solutions need to span the spectrum from long-term to immediate need," says Mike Wilbert,... Read More


10 best (and worst) jobs for an early retirement

By Richard Binder

Many Americans are facing a disappointing reality: 1 in 5 full-time workers are not saving for retirement and 22% don't... Read More

Expert Opinion

Could remote work be part of the blame for Silicon Valley Bank's collapse?

By Erika Morphy

SVB warned of "negative effects of a prolonged work-from-home arrangement" in its annual report, but other banks like... Read More


5 ways to foster support for veterans in the workplace

By Tom Kastner

When organizations invest in these efforts to support veterans on the front end, they can pay dividends on the back... Read More

Best Practices

The future of talent will remain global: Here's how to navigate it

By Nilesh Thakker

In a multi-modal work environment, it is critical to ensure a uniform employee experience across hybrid, remote, and... Read More


Distributed by design & hybrid work: A Q&A with Natalie Archibald

By Lily Peterson

Natalie Archibald suggests a new approach called "distributed by design". Read More


A third of employees have considered leaving a job because of poor family benefits, new report finds

By Willa Hart

87% of respondents believe family benefits are highly valued by employees. Read More

Save the Date

BenefitsPRO Broker Expo Heads To Atlanta In 2023

Save the date! The 2023 BenefitsPRO Broker Expo heads to Atlanta, May 8-10, 2023. Hear from leading industry practitioners and experts who will provide you with the tools and resources you can implement immediately to better serve your employer clients, improve your practice, and find solutions to your challenges. Registration now open! Learn More


Client Tool: Addressing Inequities in Women's Heart Health

Sponsored by: Hello Heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for U.S. adults and affects men and women differently. This white paper explores a digital solution targeting heart health that works to equalize healthcare and work alongside an employer’s benefits ecosystem. Learn More

WEBCAST DATE: April 12, 2023

How To Create the Benefits Packages Clients Want

When putting together a benefits proposal for approval, HR professionals need to consider what will get the whole company on board. Join this complimentary webcast to determine if your benefits offerings are working for your clients. Learn More

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